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    Help Blob Eye vs Haweye low mileage vs higher mileage

    Ok guys I need some help. This is my first post to this forum. I have been looking for stis for sale. I have found a 2005 blob eye and a 2006 Hawkeye. They both have some mods and coilovers. But the 2005 have 94,000 miles and the Hawkeye has 126,000 miles and the Hawkeye cost a extra 1,000 dollars. So in your opinion is it smarter to go with the 2005 because it was lower mileage around 30,000 miles less. Thanks guys

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